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OH MY GOD! It's just been confirmed that Oscar Isaac and Gina Rodriguez will be costarring in a movie together and all is right in the world. The film could literally be about ANYTHING and we would go watch it, but it just so happens that the subject matter sounds fascinating as well.

Based on the 2014 hit novel of the same name by Jeff VanderMeer, Annihilation is a sci-fi thriller featuring an incredible cast aside from Isaac and Rodriguez. Natalie Portman was the first actress to sign on in the starring role. Jennifer Jason Leigh and Tessa Thompson are also confirmed. The novel was part of a trilogy, so there's a strong possibility we could see way more of Rodriguez and Isaac together than just one film.

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The book centers around a team of four women — a biologist, a psychologist, a surveyor, and an anthropologist — who set out to explore Area X, an uninhabited and mysterious landscape that’s killed all 12 expeditions to go before them. Portman plays the narrator and biologist, and Issac will play her recently deceased husband who was on the last expedition to Area X.

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If anyone is as excited as we are that Rodriguez and Isaac are working together, it's the Jane the Virgin star herself. In reaction to the #OscarSoWhite controversy that exploded surrounding the Academy Awards, Rodriguez created her very own #MovementMondays to highlight the accomplishments and talents of people of color in Hollywood. Her first choice? Oscar Isaac himself!

Movement Monday's. This is Oscar Isaac. He is a Guatemalan American actor. This is a picture from Ex Machina directed by Alex Garland and was released this past year. With all this Oscar Talk and lack of diversity I decided to start a movement and speak from the perspective of a Latina American who desires to see more Latinos on screen. There are 55 million Latinos in this country and although we all come from various backgrounds our unity can make a movie explode at the box office or a tv show soar to the highest viewers possible. The better these projects do financially, the more money they will spend on putting Latinos In blockbuster films, as leads in tv shows Etc. My solution is this, support is needed. Right now there isn't one Latino that can Greenlight a movie. That means no studio will put their money behind a Latino face as a lead of a movie because they don't believe we can make their money back. I am told time and time again "Latinos dont watch Latino Movies. Latinos don't support each other" and sadly that is true. I'm not saying go and see a movie you don't like to blind support, im saying if you want to see us represented on film and tv, if you want to see Latinos nominated for Oscars, we NEED to support one another. The industry sees money, the excuse can't just be racism. We can make a difference in a very powerful way if we unite our support as one Latino community. Oscar Isaac, in my opinion had an Oscar worthy performance in this film. Let's start making noise with where it matters most, where we put our dollars. Go support these films, watch these shows (mine is on tonight by the way, shameless promotion feel free to watch on the CW) and we can take making a change into our own hands. Each Monday I will highlight a latino artist we can support. Let us use our numbers and powerful voices to prove we support one another, to prove we can make a box office hit, to prove they need to support all the various Latino cultures in the media. That can be one part of the solution, so next year we have many movies that are worthy of Oscar contention! #MovementMondays Pick any Latino currently working we can support!

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